Being a Queenslander and a fan of tropical shirts please excuse my ‘Big Kev‘ quote (rest his tidy soul) but I find no other words for how I feel about playing through my first expansion pack whilst its new and fresh to everyone.
My orc warlock had hung up his soul shard bag long before BC came out so I have never seen one of these.
You know another side effect of the achievement system is it is making me take a good hard look at what I haven’t done in game.
It has made me think about all the games I have played in the past, the ones where I have seen 60% off the content and either become stuck (and frustrated to the point of turning the PC off in disgust), or that were losing their appeal for one reason or another, then got uninstalled while the shrink-wrapping came off some shiny new monster covered game box. (more…)
I wish I could personally tell you the best way to go, but to be honest, I have just created a dinky spec to pass the time before my return from India.. Fundamentally I took all the talents that I thought might be a bit of fun for a change.
The biggest issue I have is remembering to use them! My fingers are still straying to the same old buttons…
Living Bomb… I got it… remember to use it… lol yeah right…
Anyway, in lieu of any advice I can offer, which would probably be dodgy anyway, I will offer you a link.
I have seen this come up a few times on other blogs, so had a look myself, and the link below is directly to raid Fire Mage Raid specs… but you can change it to whatever you want.
basically what you are getting here is the popular choices… correct, maybe not, but if weight of numbers can be counted for anything, these are the best specs.
Any items or enchants that affect mounted speed will no longer affect any character over level 70. This includes the Riding Crop, Mithril Spurs, Riding Glove Enchant, Carrot on a Stick, Skybreaker Whip and all similar effects. Talents or spells that affect mounted speed will continue to do. In part, we thought it had become a hassle for players to have to equip (or macro) riding trinkets. We have new plans for how to improve mounted speed that we will unveil eventually.